Through The Hymnbook

Reverend Bert Jones

Two Books

January 11, 2009
You will hear some favorites from a 100 year-old book, plus songs from Stamps-Baxter Favorites.

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Each song used begins with "JESUS" and is most meaningful after Christmas.
January 4, 2009
Eighteen Carols are included, as you want to hear these favorites "once more."
December 28, 2008
You will hear magnificent renditions of your favorite Carols on an Aeolian Skinner pipe organ.
December 21, 2008
There are two segments on the piano as Bert plays 12 Carols.
December 14, 2008
Each Carol has a sound effect to enhance the song such as a trumpet, drums, a music box or wind.
December 7, 2008
You'll hear eleven favorite Carols along with special music by the canary.
November 30, 2008
The 14 songs used express "gratitude" in three categories: Praise, Thanks and Blessings
November 23, 2008
There is a group of songs about "SING" and a small segment of Christmas songs suitable all year.
November 16, 2008
You'll hear a delightful collection of songs from a book published in 1915.
November 9, 2008
This book is from 1918 and includes favorites like "What a Friend" and "O Happy Day."
November 2, 2008
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Featured Offer

JUST RELEASED - Favorite Organ Paintings CD
For FURTHER DETAILS: WRITE: A Visit with the Joneses,  Inc.  P. O. Box 575  ERIE, PA 16512

About Through The Hymnbook

You will enjoy going "into the organ loft" to listen to the uplifting sounds of Reverend Bert Jones' masterful playing. You'll hear hymns, Gospel songs, sacred classics, or choruses, as well as interesting and informative comments about how many of the songs were written. Through the Hymnbook, a subsidiary of the ministry, A Visit with the Joneses, has been airing since the mid-1950's. Usually the organ music is played on a Hammond 3000; you will hear chimes and the singing of a live canary, Singspiration. Occasionally Bert shares the music of a great pipe organ he would find in his evangelistic travels. It has been a much loved program including bits of hymnology.

About Reverend Bert Jones

Reverend Bert Jones was an incredibly talented man. He was an accomplished organist and pianist, as well as an artist in water color and oil, but his primary calling was as an ordained minister and evangelist. He began playing the piano at age six, and by age 13, was playing a three-manual pipe organ. He had only two years of formal music lessons, and usually played without music. Bert ministered in thousands of churches over a 50 year period, and was well known for his radio ministry, "A Visit with the Joneses." Eight long-play albums were released by Singspiration, and Bert wrote many of his own compositions.

Bert went to be with the Lord in April 1995, and he left a legacy of beautiful music.

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Mailing Address
Through the Hymnbook
P. O. Box 575
Erie, PA 16512-0575